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Lane College, located in Jackson, Tennessee on approximately 55 acres, is a small, private, co-educational,... see more

Lane College, located in Jackson, Tennessee on approximately 55 acres, is a small, private, co-educational,... see more

Research and Composition is heavily adapted from the Lumen Learning English Composition 2 book on the SUNY OER list of... see more

This volume is dedicated to the cultural and religious diversity in Jewish communities from Late Antiquity to the Early... see more

The Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) announced that it will establish offices and begin offering a full Master of... see more

Just in March of last year, Simmons received its accreditation -- before receiving its historically black college... see more

By Bob Allen A Baptist college opened in 1879 to educate former slaves that is currently forming ties with the Kentucky... see more

A goal pursued in earnest for the past 10 years has been achieved by Simmons College of Kentucky.

In late 1865, just four months after the end of the Civil War, 12 freed slaves – making up the General Association of... see more

Read More Simmons College of Kentucky History: (1879- )

Spelman College, a historically black, liberal arts college for women, opened in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1881. The previous... see more

FAMU's marching band has been credited for not less than 30 innovative techniques which have become standard operating... see more

Historically Black Colleges and Universities are vibrant centers of education. That was on full display this year during... see more

Educational institutions play an instrumental role in social and political change, and are responsible for the... see more

History of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU)

Howard University has been labeled “the capstone of Negro education,” because of its central role in the African American... see more

ASU’s 148-year history is a legacy of perseverance, progress and promise.

Alabama A&M University "145 Points of Pride, 1875-2020"

This free site from the University of Oxford features public lectures, teaching material, interviews with leading... see more